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Surface Pro 2017 - macOS Mojave 10.14 Hackintosh - Success!

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Surface Pro 2017 with macOS Mojave 10.14, QE/CI working, Audio working

What is working:

  • QE/CI (Graphics Acceleration) - Yes
  • Audio (Everything) - Yes
  • Brightness (Rehabman patch) - Yes
  • Touchpad (meh, gestures doesn't work) - Ye-sh
  • Keyboard - Yes
  • NVME - Yes

Partially working:

  • Battery? Well, it shows the indicator but I don't think that is working well lol

What is NOT working:

  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • Touchpad gestures
  • Camera
  • Touchscreen

 

Guide based on Naborisk's High Sierra one

  1. Create bootable USB using createinstallmedia
  2. Install latest clover
  3. Delete CLOVER folder on ESP partition and replace it with the one in this thread
  4. Boot from USB and change ig-platform-id to 0x12345678 (in order to disable acceleration) and add -v argument
  5. Install macOS partitioning with Disk Utility and etc.
  6. Boot again from USB and again changing ig-platform-id to 0x12345678, but this time selecting the created partition
  7. Configure it
  8. Mount and open EFI (ESP/SYSTEM) partition of the SSD
  9. Go to /EFI/ and copy CLOVER folder from this thread
  10. Open Terminal and run "sudo kextcache -i /"
  11. Eject USB and put it apart
  12. Reboot and boot from SSD (CLOVER boot entry), this time without changing anything
  13. Hey! You did it!

 

Download CLOVER efi folder here: https://files.fm/f/x2j27dpa

 

I created this guide with this updated and working efi folder because the original one didn't really work on my Surface, which is a shame :\

 

Kexts used:

- ACPIBatteryManager

- AppleBacklightInjector

- AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement (You can boot it without, too, still testing)

- CodecCommander.kext (This can be useless too, still testing)

- FakeSMC

- FakeSMC HWSensor addons

- Lilu

- NullEthernet (with DSDT patch and for iMessage/FaceTime)

- VoodooHDA

- WhateverGreen (iGPU and DRM rights)

 

Edited by SoxasoraIT

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Great job. Look forward to trying it out!

 

Which CPU / RAM / SSD version do you have and what's your battery life like?

 

Edited by 10rb1988
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On 9/12/2018 at 8:29 PM, 10rb1988 said:

Great job. Look forward to trying it out!

 

Which CPU / RAM / SSD version do you have and what's your battery life like?

 

 

Hey thanks!

i5 7300U/8GB/256GB
Still didn't test the battery life.

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